Finally, Staycation: All the Hotels Allowed to Operate Starting October 16

For those who want to get pampered outside their homes.

Aside from the reopening of cinemas and theme parks, accredited hotels will also be able to reopen to the public. 

Now that a majority of the population in Metro Manila is fully vaccinated, the government has decided to relax some of the pandemic restrictions as it lowered the region’s alert status to Level 3. 

"Individuals of all ages may check-in for a staycation. However, to ensure the safety of all guests, only those 18 years old and above who are fully vaccinated shall be allowed to book their stay," the Department of Tourism (DOT) said on October 14. 

Under the amended guidelines, only DOT-accredited staycation hotels with government-issued safety seal certification will be allowed to accommodate staycation guests.

The updated list provided by the DOT includes the following hotels:

  1. Grand Hyatt Hotel
  2. Okada Manila Hotel
  3. Shangri-la at the Fort
  4. Nobu Hotel
  5. Joy Nostalg Hotel & Suites Manila
  6. EDSA Shangri-la Manila
  7. Solaire Resort
  8. Hyatt Regency
  9. Nuwa Hotel of City of Dreams
  10. The Peninsula Manila
  11. Aruga by Rockwell
  12. Sheraton Manila Hotel
  13. Hilton Manila
  14. Hotel Okura Manila
  15. Conrad Manila
  16. Diamond Hotel Philippines
  17. Discovery Primea
  18. Discovery Suites
  19. Fairmont and Raffles Hotel
  20. Makati Diamond Residences
  21. Marco Polo Hotel
  22. New World Hotel Makati
  23. Sofitel Philippines Plaza
  24. Holiday Inn & Suites Makati
  25. Century Park Hotel
  26. Novotel Manila Araneta City
  27. The Bellevue Manila
  28. Acacia Hotel Manila
  29. Belmont Hotel Manila

“We welcome the easing of restrictions under the current alert level. The resumption of tourism-related activities in select areas will not only aid hotels and establishments in gradually earning revenue, but will also translate into the restoration of jobs for our displaced tourism workers, especially now that the holiday season is fast approaching,” said Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, secretary of Tourism. 


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